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Senator Sherrod Brown meets with Lake County environmental leaders
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) met this week with labor and environmental leaders with the Sierra Club including Painesville resident Sue Tullai-McGuinness. 
Sue and the other Sierra Club representatives were in Washington to discuss methane emissions. They met with Brown during his weekly coffee with constituents.


"Understanding renewable energy is critical to our nation's future," said Brown. "It is important to hear from groups like the Sierra Club about how we grow our economy while protecting the environment."
Funds approved for Headlands Dunes boardwalk

(COLUMBUS, OH) – State Rep. John Rogers (D-Mentor-on-the-Lake) announced $42,328 in state funds this week for the design of a new ADA compliant boardwalk at Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve in Mentor, Ohio. Current access paths to the beach require visitors to walk through the dunes, which can be difficult for those with mobility limitations.

 "A new boardwalk ensures that every Ohioan has the chance to fully experience the natural beauty of Headlands Dunes," said. Rogers. "By reinvesting in our beach, we can extend the life of the dunes and enhance the experience for all visitors, regardless of their level of mobility."  Click here for the whole story

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Cavaliers destroy Raptors 116-78 to take 3-2 lead in East Finals 
​  BY STONE LEXINGTON
CAVALIERS BEAT WRITER
For the first time in the 2016 NBA Playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ proverbial backs were against the wall Wednesday night.

The Cavs had just lost two games to the Raptors in Toronto, which tied the Eastern Conference Finals at two games a piece. Back in Quicken Loans Arena Wednesday night, the Cavs needed to hold home court in Game 5 or face the possibility of losing the series in Game 6 back in Toronto. Just prior to Wednesday night’s contest, Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue said there wasn’t any pressure on his team.

“No pressure,” Lue said. “We just have to go out and play. We don’t feel the pressure. We won two games on our floor. They came out and won two games on their floor. Now we have to perform.”  Click here for the whole story